Alien , 29 Jun 2016Very cool design, too bad It doesn't run on Android.. It runs Android.
what a bullshit video an escavator vs a phone it would be done better whit a car the tracks on the escavator are done to distribute te weight so the escavator doesnt get stuck i dont think any phone would have sufered mutch damage
Still waiting for Saygus V^2. Unlike most Android, this phone will deliver everything promised.
Joonius, 29 Jun 2016I would bet on whichever team that has CAT brand of phones. lolgood luck
Anonymous, 29 Jun 2016Plastic android phone really manhow about a computer's everything made out of processor gread objects which could not be recognised by Microsoft workers so they called it magnesium alloy just co's the hardest thing they knew was an Alienware extreme portable workstation chassis spec-ed same
They throw around words like "security" all the time while a lot of people who actually might "need" security use iOS which is at the top of most vulnerable OS list.
Sounds like sailfish is growing. Well let's hope they do and more quickly than they have with part of the old Nokia team.
Waynegywnn, 29 Jun 2016And it can actually be achieved by just removing the battery lolhttp://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/apple-wants-to-track-iphones-even-when-they-re-turned-off-10066378.html
In my opinion, I guess the CEO is committed to an acquisition deal where he has to deliver and there is no other consideration at this point in time but for an official launch. Ditching Android OS tells you quite a fair bit...
let say one day, all smart gadgets have a fight a cold war may be, may be for a very smaller reason like getting reception&bandwidth for sending an email about a class 5 cyclone to reserved authorities.....who ll win? this ip68 phone with Qualcomm 's most sold processor? iPhone? your latest plastic android smartphone or something else
"The device even goes so far as to remove things like the USB port, 3.5mm jack and home button, as potential weak links in the build".
So, keep removing stuff for security purposes?